Lawsuit Challenging Grape Laws For Minnesota Wineries Moves ForwardCurrent laws stipulate that wineries here must use a majority of Minnesota-grown grapes to make wine.
St. Cloud Tightens Massage Regulations In Fight Against Sex TraffickingCities are tweaking their massage regulations to cut down on the problem of human sex trafficking – and St. Cloud is the latest to take those steps.
Finding Minnesota: Stories From Armenian Genocide At Museum Of Russian ArtToday, about 1,000 people of Armenian descent live in the Twin Cities. They are all descendants of genocide survivors who made it through death marches and slavery.
'It Restores Your Faith In Humanity': Community Rallies Around Man Whose Adaptive Bike Was Stolen TwiceAfter thieves stole two adaptive bikes from a Hinckley man, neighbors stepped up in a big way.
Taking The Bait: U Of M Bait Bikes Help Police Nab Bicycle ThievesSummer weather and road construction means more people are using their bikes for fun and to get to work.
2-Year-Old Drives Himself To Chisago County Fair On Toy TractorWhile his parents set up for a garage sale last Thursday, Kenneth Allen decided to do some off-roading. Cruising at a steady two miles an hour, the 2-year-old was heading for the bright lights of the county fair several blocks away.
Baking A Difference: Teen Gives Back With 'Cakes For A Cure'Chocolate, vanilla, red velvet and marble -- you name it, and Mary Margaret Mellen can make it, but it's the 14-year-old's willingness to give back that really takes the cake.
St. Paul Library Aims To Preserve Heritage For Minnesota's Hmong PopulationAt the Hmong Archives, more than 200,000 items detail a captivating history.
Alfalfa, Hay Farmers Still Struggling After Cold, Wet SpringAlfalfa is used for feed and bedding for dairy cows. Without a good crop, dairy farmers will likely have to pay more to feed their cows.
Cool Idea: Siblings Roll Out Summer Party Ice Cream Truck
Protesters Call On St. Louis Park To Reinstate Pledge Of AllegianceFive council members voted to drop the Pledge of Allegiance last month. Since then, people across the community and country have responded.
'Very Emotional': Shoreview Couple Battles Life-Threatening Illnesses While Raising BoysA Shoreview couple is battling life-threatening illnesses at the same time, all while trying to be parents to their two boys.
About Half Of Minnesota's Resorts Went Out Of Business In Past 32 YearsThe Fourth of July is a busy time at Minnesota lakes and resorts, but research done by Explore Minnesota shows the number of resorts in the state has dropped significantly over the past 30 years.
Officials: 2 Bats Found In Minneapolis Test Positive For RabiesMinneapolis Animal Care and Control is warning residents after two rabid bats were found in the city in the last five weeks.
Finding Minnesota: Meet The 2 Women Mending Lamps In BloomingtonFixing broken lamps is a skill that's become increasingly rare over the years, but two Twin Cities ladies aren't just keeping the trade alive, they're doing their best just to keep up with customer demands.